“Birch Camo” is a custom print that features an array of red coin-sized circles overlaying a camouflage-like pattern inspired by the birch trees found in meadows throughout Sun Valley. As part of an art gallery tradition said to have originated in America in the 1970’s, small red dots are placed next to works of art that have been sold or are otherwise unavailable for sale at the opening reception. Additionally, red polka-dot prints have a special connection with the mountain classifications in professional road cycling. Riders in international road bike tours are awarded a white jersey with red dots for reaching mountain summits first. In the Tour De France, the rider awarded this jersey is named the Gran Premio della Montagna, or King of the Mountains. These red dots and the abstract birch print combine to create a classy repeating pattern perfect for fabric prints, retail tissue paper, etc. The colors Castilleja Red and Midnight Navy were both formulated exclusively for Earl’s Authentics.